Abstract: I like the idea that Knowledge Management is really about Knowledge Conscious Management, or to put it differently, Managing in the Knowledge Age as Professor Klaus North puts it. Incidentally, this explains why it is so difficult to introduce in 20th century organizations, which do not recognize mastery of knowledge flows as a
Knowledge Jolt with Jack
Knowledge Management education relevant articles from Jack Vinson‘s blog.
Is there a Knowledge Management job track?
Abstract: One of the questions that came up at the Academic KM discussion was whether there was a job track for people studying knowledge management, like there is for lawyers or engineers or MBA’s. The short answer, “No.” The longer answer is that it really depends
Compiling academic Knowledge Management programs
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Blogging in a Knowledge Management class – summary
Abstract: For those that have been following my blog for at least three months, you’ll know that I’ve had my students reading blogs and keeping their own. The class and the blogging experiment just finished, and they had a final paper in which they summarized their experiences and answered some final questions I
Knowledge Management Professional Society (KMPro) near-implosion
Abstract: Patrick Lambe has self-published a piece he calls Money, Testosterone and Knowledge Management (pdf). This is how he introduces it on his blog: This article chronicles an acrimonious schism in the KM association KM Pro in late 2004, and puts it into the context of other KM association schisms